The Foxes Den

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When the men started building the mine it was so far away that the foxes didn’t have to leave their haven in the den. They could listen as the trees tumbled to the forest floor and never have to worry about getting caught in the wreckage. Woodland creatures like lizards and rabbits would hurtle past the den, effectively escaping one predator, only to land within the reach of another. In their newfound ease of hunting, the foxes grew lazy, and no keen eyes were aware of the machines that traveled closer and closer, closing in until it was too late.


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